Contributor Profile

Andre Wilsenach

Job TitleSVP, Government Relations

Company NameBMM Testlabs

About
André holds the position of Senior Vice-President, Government Relations at BMM International, a private independent gaming testing laboratory. He is a graduate of the University of Pretoria, South Africa and amongst others worked for the Africa Institute of South Africa, the Development Bank of Southern Africa, Ernst & Young as well as the South African Government prior to a longstanding career in gaming regulation. André's career in gaming goes back to 1995, when he was appointed to the South African Lotteries and Gambling Board which was set up to advise the South African government on the legalisation of gambling in South Africa. Following the adoption of this report, he was appointed as Executive Officer of the Mpumalanga Gaming Board and a member of the National Gambling Board. In 2001 he was appointed as the first Executive Officer of Zonke Monitoring Systems, a private company established to render electronic monitoring services to the National Gambling Board of South Africa. In 2002 he was appointed Executive Director of the Alderney Gambling Control Commission which regulated online gambling. In 2016 he was appointed as Executive Director of the International Center for Gaming Regulation at the University of Nevada Las Vegas, a position he held until the end of 2018. André is a former President of the International Association of Gaming Regulators and an active member of the International Masters of Gaming Law and the International Association of Gaming Advisors.

Conference Sessions

  • Harmony: Regulatory Pipe Dream or Is There a Path to Improvement?

    October 14, 2019, 11:15 AM - 12:00 PM, Titian 2303

    Are there solutions which allow companies seeking licensing in multiple jurisdictions to cut time and the costs of the application process? A mix of perspective...

    • Language: English

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